People are just tired of being at the wrong end of an equation that rewards established wealth while hollowing out the opportunities for the average citizen. It's not so easy to govern anymore behind the veil of complexity and secrecy, and that's just as it should be in a democracy.
TORONTO - Tim Hortons is getting a crash course in brand association as the company tries to extinguish the fracas over its decision to pull ads for pipeline giant Enbridge.The company has found itsel...
Tim Hortons just can’t win. First the chain angered climate activists by running Enbridge ads in its stores, leading to accusations it is siding with climate-change deniers and a petition at SumOfUs.o...
The Ontario-based coffee retailer made popular by unpretentious, family-loving, hard-working resource employees from Prince Rupert, B.C. to Fort McMurray, Alta. to St. John's, NL just told its core customers to take a hike.
It's a classic damned if you do, damned if you don't situation.
Over the past eight months, I have had the pleasure of being one of Conrad Black's editors. His blogs have arrived weekly from prison like clockwork. Often I wondered how he wrote these from prison. I don't just mean the mechanics (because those were obviously an issue: How do you get access to a computer? Do you have Internet?). But how did he manage to keep up on everything? Reading his highly informed and topical blogs you would never know this was a man almost entirely cut off from the information sources we take for granted. Here's the bottom line: The key to Conrad's survival has been his mind.